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Alfred Stieglitz, an American Seer, by Dorothy Norman, 1990, an Aperture Biography, 240 pages, is the best art book I’ve read in quite some time. I believe…

In 2014, This Is Pollock, was thrust upon us by Laurence King Publishing, UK. The text is by Catherine Ingram, the illustrations by Peter Arkle. A small…

Theme: Bubbles Day:2/365 I'm new to Photoblog, and just discovered the photoblog365, so I am going to try to catch up on the days I missed. My husband and I…

Day: 17/365 Theme: CIRCLES An owl made entirely of circular sequins. Photo taken with a Lensbaby Composer Pro Lens. (hence the partial blur effect). This was…

I love experimental photography. In the film era, experimentation would have been costly. Digital provides the freedom to try different things without…

I was happy when I saw the theme for today was OUTSIDE! It's all to easy to stay indoors in the winter, and it's warming up just enough to go out to enjoy... I…

There is the tiniest feather on the window this morning, it seemed like it was calling me to take some macro shots. I decided I wanted to push the lens to it's…

Photoblog365 Theme: Fresh FRESH PERSPECTIVE- This morning I had a vivid dream. I saw a beautiful olive skinned, ethnic girl dressed in brilliantly cheerful…

I have been waiting for it to snow, to get some macro shots before winter ends. Today it is snowing, but it's tiny crystal like snow with few actual flakes. I…

Heidi Egerman in her Macro Romanesco Study blog asked if anyone used reverse manual lenses to take macro pictures. I am posting these pictures to illustrate a…

I noticed some new tiny frost in the bottom corner of our window. What a perfect opportunity to practice extreme macro, as it is back-lit a bit with the sun.…
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